Kids' Bathroom Pictures From HGTV Smart Home 2020

Shared by the children, the upstairs bathroom is full of high-tech devices including a Bluetooth-enabled toilet, programmable shower and an illuminated Wi-Fi-connected mirror.

By: Jessica Lowry Vizzutti

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Modern and Monochromatic

Clean lines and a simple black-and-white color palette provide a playful yet chic look in the upstairs hall bathroom.

Perfect for the Kids

A double-sink vanity and a pocket door separating the toilet and shower make it convenient for kids to share the space.

Bright and Airy

Even though this hall bathroom does not have a window, a sun tunnel in the ceiling lets in natural light and the ceiling’s generous height keeps the space open and airy.

Stylish Storage

The sand-colored vanity adds an almost beachy vibe to the room while providing plenty of storage for towels and toiletries.

Simple Geometry

Matte-black geometric pulls play off the black plumbing fixtures and pop against lighter-toned wood cabinets.

Modern Masculinity

Bright white countertops feel clean and fresh paired with the black sinks and faucets. The strong, modern lines of the fixtures add masculine detail to this contemporary design.

Practical Yet Totally Cool

Using a black undermount sink and black faucet brings an unexpected bit of drama to this spacious bathroom, plus deep undermount sinks are more practical for a kids’ bathroom.

Connected Vanity

Wi-Fi-enabled, voice-activated mirrors with built-in lighting means your teenager will spend even more time in bathroom than they normally do.

Spirograph-Inspired Flooring

A mix of geometric patterns on the floor tile plays off the artful knobs and dark plumbing fixtures. The lively design makes this bathroom more kid-friendly while keeping it chic and contemporary.

Industrial Statement

Elongated black subway tile was used in the shower to create a dramatic contrast with the white walls and light-colored floors.

Programmable Washing

The high-tech shower allows for customizable settings to create the perfect shower experience. A soft linen curtain feels luxurious and contrasts the industrial feel of the shower’s black subway tile.

Bluetooth Potty

It’s hard to find a toilet with more amenities than this one. Besides the heated seat and foot warmer, it is Bluetooth-enabled and can store MP3 files or an SD card, so your favorite music is always right there. Comfort is not its only feature, though: personal cleaning, energy-efficient and water-saving devices are also built into its sleek design.

Artistic Elements

Adding a piece of modern art in neutral colors plays off the tones found throughout the space. The playful abstract also keeps this children’s bathroom fun without being too juvenile.

Convenient Keypad

The remote for the toilet is mounted to the wall, making it easy to reach and unlikely to get lost.

Centrally Located

The bathroom opens to the second-floor landing, providing easy access to the children’s bedrooms across the way.